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New HEE programme launched to equip a generation of clinicians with generalist skills

New HEE programme launched to equip a generation of clinicians with generalist skills

A programme aiming to equip a new generation of healthcare professionals with generalist skills has been launched by Health Education England (HEE) – with 150...
New service launched to help the self-employed

New service launched to help the self-employed

A new self-employment support service has been launched by a leading provider of work and wellbeing programmes. The new service is aimed at helping those...
International study reveals that access to alumni groups improves teacher skills and job satisfaction

International study reveals that access to alumni groups improves teacher skills and job satisfaction

An international study examining the impact of alumni networks on educators, has revealed that engagement with former student groups improves teacher attitudes, skills, capacities, and...
Opportunities after A-levels: Paid apprenticeships widen access to the top professional finance careers

Opportunities after A-levels: Paid apprenticeships widen access to the top professional finance careers

Bright school leavers who choose not to study for a degree can still obtain the prestigious Chartered Institute of Management Accountants professional qualification 15th August...
Revolut users can now donate to homeless job-seekers

Revolut users can now donate to homeless job-seekers

London, 16th August 2022: Beam, a social enterprise that supports homeless people into stable jobs and homes, has been added to Revolut Donations. Revolut users can now...
IFS: Lack of progress on closing educational inequalities disadvantaging millions throughout life

IFS: Lack of progress on closing educational inequalities disadvantaging millions throughout life

New research on inequalities, carried out for the IFS Deaton Review of Inequalities and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, finds that disadvantaged pupils start school...
Workers plunged into deepest pay squeeze since the Silver Jubilee

Workers plunged into deepest pay squeeze since the Silver Jubilee

Today (Tuesday 16th August), the Office for National Statistics have published the latest labour market figures. This month's figures show that real wages have fallen...
Employers reassess value of degrees in face of worker shortages, ahead of A-level results day

Employers reassess value of degrees in face of worker shortages, ahead of A-level results day

Nearly three quarters of employers are less interested in university degrees than a decade ago, according to new research from the global hiring platform, Indeed....
Why further education choices are just as important for creatives as they are for academics 

Why further education choices are just as important for creatives as they are for academics 

When you’re in the midst of your A-levels and trying to decide what happens next, it can feel like everything is geared towards the academic...
R&D tax relief clampdown threatens businesses innovation

R&D tax relief clampdown threatens businesses innovation

R&D (Research and Development) Tax Relief, introduced in 2000, has made a significant impact encouraging innovative, research-led companies to invest in innovation. The most recent...
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